Sermons on The Gospel
There is knowledge that is common to all regardless of being familiar with the gospel.
Because of Christ there is no condemnation, only deep transformation.
What is the basic message of the Bible? And what does it mean for me?
We are saved only by calling on the name of the Lord Jesus. It's the kind of truth that either makes converts or makes enemies.
Your happiness is God's reputation. Your peace is God's memorial. And this is an everlasting sign of his love that shall not be cut off.
Not one jot or tittle will fall to the ground of all that God purposes through his omnipotent word.
Everybody needs to call upon the Lord—to seek the Lord right now while he may be found.
Will we be satisfied that God has made a covenant with us? Or will be dissatisfied until is spreads to all the nations and peoples of the world?
Don't let the advertisements for the world drown out God's invitation to heaven!
Nothing is more important than having eternal life.
Jesus offers irrevocable joy. It cannot be destroyed. It cannot be lost.
Why does eternity exist? It exists because it will take that long for us to know the inexhaustible glories of God.
Believe on Jesus and you shall not perish but have eternal life.
There is a God. He has a Son. He loves. And he loves the world.
Perishing means wrath; it means fiery torment; it means separation from God; and it lasts forever.
We have exchanged our joy for the dead-end street of judgment.
To try to explain the change from Paul's pre-conversion persecution to his post-conversion passion for the gospel merely by the work of men is to grasp at a straw.
We were dead in sin, BUT GOD made us alive with Christ.